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. he was last seen at a bus stop. it is a block away from today's search. abc7 news broke this story this afternoon at 4:00 with details on the investigation that no one else has. john alston spoke with kevin's mother and brother. >> kevin, colin's mother said the family would have performed some form of closure -- preferred some form of closure. the bones indicate they were from an animal, but a final determination has to be made. police finally left the home after an all day search for the body of kevin collins. the boy's mother getting calls and e-mails of support. >> partly relief it is animal bones. partly sorry it is not closure. especially for my children and my grandchildren. >> only abc7 news was here this morning as san francisco police and the fbi began their search of the basement. a cadaver-sniffing dog detected something in the floor and city crews tore up a portion of the concrete discovering some bones. sources with knowledge of the investigation tell abc7 news they think a resident who once lived in the lower flat may have kidnapped the boy. homicide inspectors were
, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> within the last hour they have identified her as brenda giddings sewel. >> a woman drowned in a flooded cam. the woman was found in a wooded area at 198 and the laurel race track. a second person was treated for hypothermia. up to six inches of rain fell. >> abc2 broke the story on hour website and twitter. you can sign up for alerts on abc2news.com. several roads were closed across howard county because of major flooding. some roads had to be shut down because of the dam release. ellicott city was closed. and they are watching the patapsco river. >>> scary moments for drivers stranded in floodwaters in montgomery go. the driver tried to drive through, which is dangerous. there was at least three feet of water. several people had to be rescued. >>> it's a cliche, but turn around, don't drown. you never know how deep or fast moving that water s our weather has changed. it's the wind concern as opposed to the flood concern. there will be winter type showers. winds west 22 miles an hour gusting over 30 miles an hour. so wepts slowly beginning to diminish bu
on thursday and this will be at the top of the list. from treasure island, wayne freedman abc 7 news. >> thank you. now, coming up abc 7 news i team has an expert on the weigh in of the prior shipping record to see if it is cause for concern here in the scheme of things at sea. >> turning to other news of the day a burglary ring busted thanks to alert neighbors caught four suspects in the act. officers descended on a neighborhood in eastern contra costa county this afternoon. police say a hoax had been robbed. neighbors told police they saw four suspects running off with valuables from the house, officer as rested three of them. and a nearby homeowner nab aid fourth suspect hiding in the garage at gun point. >> my neighbor's dog kept on barking so i looked in the garage and peeked and there he was. surprised me. >> yes. no kidding. four officers say that three of the four people were juveniles. police say the suspect stole electronics and jewelry from the home. >> police say an intruder was stabbed to death this morning. the tenant heard someone kicking in the front door, grabbed a shotgun, th
on the trip to atlanta for sunday's nfc championship game, and that's where abc7 news sports reporter mike shumann is live tonight. shu, what bad timing for this bombshell. >> well, dan, there is never good timing for a situation like this. the 49ers arrived 11:15 eastern standard time at the ritz carlton in downtown atlanta. crabtree was on the first bus. he was in the second row. he stood up and then sat back down as about 10 or 15 other players and 49er personnel got off the bus almost trying to distract us. they were trying to make it tough for us to shoot anybody getting off the bus. and then michael walked off the bus. you can see he was escorted by a personnel security man in the red baseball cap. he was there for two to three seconds and then he was gone. i have to believe a lot of his teammates didn't even know about this situation due to the timing of the statement put out by general manager trent balky. the statement read like this, "we are aware of the allegations against michael and understand that he has fully cooperated with authorities. the 49ers take such matters seriously
place first. >> probably a good idea. >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> breaking news in san francisco, police have shut down a street because of a suspicious package. this is a live picture from sky seven over the scene at mission rock and 4th by the mission bay campus a couple of blocks from the giants ballpark. kristen sze is on assignment. now to abc7 news reporter near the closure at third and channel street. >> we are right here on third and channel streets here in mission bay. not letting -- the police are not let people enter so that is a two-block area which is completely closed off because of the suspicious packagefo und on china basin street and 3rd and 4th. we got an update for you, it was reported at 8:46 this morning and found like outside a building. it is hard to tell. a san francisco police close off access to self streets. bomb sniffing dogs were also brought in and now they saying that suspicious device or package could be a military ordinance, some kind of military explosive or device. while no cars are allowed in this area, pedestrians are sti
francisco. abc7 broke the story of the search on abc7 at 4:00 yesterday. bones were discovered borrowried beneath a basement floor of a home. it is likely they are from an an an -- from an animal but final testing has to be done. amy will have a live report with more in 30 minutes on that story. >> testing is underway for the golden gate bridge new electronic toll system. our news reporter cornell bernard joins us with what to expect drivers out there. cornell? >> eric, starting today there is in such thing as toll evadeers on the golden gate bridge, everyone from now on is now known as customers. the first step in the change to all electronic tolling, no more toll takers, the conversation could happen in march, but this morning, the system is going live in a test mode to work problems out. drivers will not notice anything different but folks who do not have a fast track trans ponder have several ways to pay the toll. >> we have a new system called the toll invoice. if you do not have an account and do not get a license plate account or do not make a one time payment because you do not k
'm sorry. here's abc's neal karlinsky. >> reporter: today, standing amidst a tear-filled room of 100 livestrong staff members, sources tell abc news lance armstrong took responsibility for the damage his actions have caused the livestrong foundation. the cancer charity he founded and which helped turn him from athlete to global icon. it's not just about the drugs, but the defiance, his categorical insistence that he never cheated, now coming back to haunt him. >> i have never doped. >> reporter: you could see it in his unflinching glare. for more than a decade, on tv, to fans, sponsors and cancer survivors. >> the cynics, and the skeptics, i'm sorry for you. i'm sorry you can't dream big. i'm sorry you don't believe in miracles. >> reporter: even under oath -- >> i can't be any clearer that i've never taken drugs. >> reporter: today, sources say armstrong is attempting to apologize by phone to a select few former friends, including ex-teammate floyd landis, who broke his silence to abc news in 2010 and sparked armstrong's downfall. >> i think that the team had become paranoid that th
is in jail and bliss will charge him with arson and attempted murder. live in san francisco for abc7 news. >> thankthank you, this morninge bar pilot who was guiding an oil tanker that scraped the bay bridge yesterday is due to face investigators' questions. the tanker is anchored off alcatraz while crews inspect damage to the outer hull to see if any of the fuel oil on board leaked. holds for the oil that it was carrying were e and it dumped its load in the bay area or left the load in the bay area and it has double hulls so concerns of spilling into the by have been alleviated and we were over the 750' long overtanker minutes after the vessel sideswiped a tower of the bridge. investigators are combing every inch of the ship. >> damage right now appears to be well above the water line and a crushing of the metal structure but in penetration of the hull itself. >> the ship off loaded its supply of oil. the concern was fuel oil that it burns for the engines but it did not leak. investigators will review the radio traffic minutes before it sideswiped the tower. the damage to the bridge is s
weather hitting the bay area with the snow. you can track the showers at abc7 news come. >> other news federal investigators have a new lead to follow this morning in the crash of the oil tanker this week. they will check reports of a glitch in the radar that helps ships maneuver on the bay. now to treasure island. >> the coast guard is looking into what the radar was working as it should on monday morning when the "overseas raymar" oil tanker hit the tower of the bridge. there was damage to the fenders at the base of the fire west of help herb and a coast guard bulletin says there could have been a radar malfunction in the beacons that guide the ships. coast guard says it is uncertain which beacons could have been on the blink and cal tran says the main beacon was working fine. the national transportation safety board said, from washington, dc, this will take time. >> we do not determine a cause early on in an investigation. it usually takes maybe 12 to 18 months before we determine a cause but we are at the beginning stage of the investigation and at this point we are collecting as m
overtime costs are over budget, and abc7 news reporter joins us live from the station with an employee who took an unbelievable amount in overtime. >> that is right. the "san francisco chronicle" is reporting that mull -- multiple muni employees made mother than $100,000 in overtime. the average worker, working 40 hours a week works about 2,000 hour as year. some clocked in 4,000 hours in a year. one mechanic made an extra $164,000 for clocking in 2,000 hours of overtime. the chief says the mechanic was paid for overnight work, on a new train control system when trains did not run. ten supervisors made more than $100,000 in overtime pay alone for the 2011 and 1212 fiscal year. one worked street corners keeping an eye on buss and trains and helping out in emergencies, and this supervisor clocked the most hours with 2,262 hours of overtime, earning an extra $147,000 on top of salary. we have a call in for a response to the shocking numbers and we do expect to have that coming up on abc7 at 11 a.m. reporting live for san francisco. >> new this morning in the wake of the sandy hook elementary
from bourbon street and our reporter abc news on wayne freedman said that it was hoping tonight on bourbon street. the a do not have a curfew for the first couple nights and neither do we. you don't even want to ask how i happened to get these. you don't want to know. we will be coming back later on in sports, shu. we will have more so on the 49ers ray lewis versus his old buddy, patrick willis. that's in sports. >> those are the two scarest words for the next few days, no curfew. hopefully nobody gets in trouble. larry has gone wild. we will have more in sports. abc7 news has an entire team at the super bowl. i am headed to new orleans tomorrow and will join larry beil. abc7 news reporter wayne freedman and katie marzulo will be there to bring you the best coverage during super bowl week. we will be tweeting our updates at abc7 news bay area. >> and you know what, there is also a slide show of the activity in new orleans. that's on abc7news.com so you can check that out as well. thank you, shu. >>> it has been a nice weekend and leigh glaser is eke check -- is checking your fo
will have more for you as we get more information, live in san francisco for abc7 news. >> rain is on the way to the bay area. we will look outside at the low clouds from our camera on mount tamalpais in marin county. our meteorologist, mike nicco, has live doppler 7 hd. >> we talked how the frost would be over and the rain would be go. here you go with live doppler 7 hd. we have a lower layer of 3,000 feet of dry air so the radar looks impressive but mostly sprinkles getting through the dry air right now but it is moistening as we speak. right now our best radar returns are from west of american canyon toward napa headed across 37 on the edge of the bay to novato and toward san rafael and lucas valley road is about to get wet and novato boulevard the latest sweep is centering on novato and 37th. broadening the picture and showing you what is going on, moist system coming up from the south and here is our cold front to the west so ahead of that we are going do have waves of moisture that create more rain as we head into the afternoon hours. i will let you know how long it will l
's check the abc2 time safer traffic with lawyer -- timesaver traffic with lawyer encook. >> reporter: you will want to turn -- lauren cook. >> reporter: you will want to turn on low beams. trouble on 295 where there's a crash along the southbound lanes between 895 and 95. it's been moved to the shoulder. not causing significant delays. and also another crash in parkville actually blocking the westbound lanes of puddy hill avenue at avondale road. traveling on 695 here's what it look like in parkville at harford rote. traffic moving along and no problems whatsoever. it will take 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 up to 83. and things will be moving right along here in pikesville. no delays on the beltway traveling the outer loop from 795 down to 70. that stretch will take you 8 minutes and heading downtown the jfx is in great shape. 11 minutes traveling southbound from the beltway all the way downtown to east fayette street. that's a look at your abc2 time safer traffic. now over to you. >>> 6:31. here's -- he was accused of opening fire on the first day of class. and today that s
you're watching abc2 news, that station that works for you. now, abc2 news at sec. >> there's no accountability and this. >> an abc2 news investigates a bus driver who runs a red light, the city couldn't do anything to stop it and that's about to change. >> rain is moving into the state. . >> and a local art teacher brings the ravens to life on canvas and brings new life into her school. . >> we begin with a developing story, four people hit by a car, all of them flown to shock trauma. police say they were found nigh the entrance ravrp to route one hundred east. thedriver stayed at the scene. thevictims include two 16-year olds a 20-year old and a 19- year old. we're going to have the ratest on this story overnight, on abc2 news and on good morning maryland. >> we want the update you on an important story broken by abc2 news investigators last year. school bus driver running through red lights through the city. christian schaefer is here now. >> as you saw there, because of the city's red light camera system, many of those violations were caught on camera. the thestory
the station that works for you. now, abc2 news at 11:00 breaking out of our winter chill but you will be facing fog for your morning commute. >> a series o' of crimes targeting a historically black church in northeast forces it to shut itself door -- its doors after # 0 years sfwr how to make sure that laptop or i phone you wipe is really free of your personal information. >> we begin tonight with what's happening right now right outside your window. anotherchilly evening. wyatt everhartis here with a look at big changes. >> i think we will see big changes in terms o' of we'll l have fog to deal with and temperatures are riding a big time roller coaster early in the week. just under two miles in york now so the fog beginning to build across the northern part of the state and may drift into the dc area by daybreak tomorrow. maryland's top radar has cleared out the rain showers that were here early. raintotals have been light but look at the numbers now, above freezing so today into the hoes, many 40s still on the map so that gives you anned in that the numbers base -- idea that
. our abc7 traffic app, showing foggy weather in the santa rosa area so take extra caution. i do not see too much slow activity or slowing through or beyond 101 into or out of san jose but fog is a factor. this is a free app that can you download at the apple app store to navigate your commute. >> thank you. today the ntsb joins the coast guard in investigating the collision on monday by an oil tanker in a bay bay bridge towe. we have several new developments to report. the coast guard says it warned the shape by radio it was in dangerous and the coast guard is calling it a major marine casualty because this is more than half a million in damage. here is a look from treasure island the overseas "overseas raymar" that remains anchored in san francisco bay. this is a live picture there, you can see it is lit up and, again, there will be boarding this morning, so that crews can continue to investigate. overhead, coast guard investigators were on before the tanker and they interviewed the bar pilot, guy kleess at the helm of where the accident occurred and he has passed an alcohol test, the
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return back to sharks territory. reporting live in san jose, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> kira is excited as the fans are. i know the nearby businesses have to be ecstatic, as well. they have really lost out. >> oh, absolutely. they took a big hit while the lockout was in session. they lost half a season. half a season of fans, half a season of food and beverages so it will be good for the businesses, as well. >> yep. half a season of revenue. thank you very much, kira. well, the 49ers are save ordering victory this morning and later today they will find out who they will play in the quest for their sixth super bowl win. last night's win over the green bay packers was a record night for quarterback colin kaepernick. he scored with a 56 run to the end zone putting the 49ers ahead for good. he rushed for 181 yards. that's the most ever by a quarterback in the playoffs. he scored two touchdowns on the ground, passed for two others. the 49ers now advance to the nfc championship game for the second year in a row with their 45-31 win over the green bay packers. mike shumann is going to have a l
, abc news, washington. >>> stocks hit a five-month high after the house voted. many were worried if the vote had failed, it may have pushed the u.s. into a recession. now the real test comes tomorrow when the stock exchange opens in new york at 6:30 in the morning. we're going to have more on that. that begins at 4:30 a.m. >>> president obama left washington late tonight. he is returning to hawaii to rejoin his family for a vacation. the president interrupted his traditional christmas holiday to work with lawmakers to prevent the economy from going over that so-called fiscal cliff. we have a cold night ahead with temperatures dropping into the 20s and 30s. we caught folks in union square bundled up in their winter jackets to ward off the cold. abc7's spencer christian is here with live doppler 7hd. >> temperatures are falling as we speak. here is a look at live doppler 7hd. cloud free, rain-free and clear skies, but cold in the bay area. here is a look at our 10:00 temperature readings. we are waiting for the most recent to come in. even an hour ago it was down to 36 at napa and
'm definitely looking forward to our date. >> just no football games. >> okay. abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> the breaking news is from phoenix, arizona. here is the scene where three people have been hurt in a work-place shooting at an office complex reported just over an hour ago. police say there was an altercation prior to the shooting inside a building at 16th street and glendale avenue if you know the area. the gunman walked into the building and starting firing. a search for the shooter is now underway. the office complex is surrounded by multiple law enforcement teams and fire crews. the details are just coming in. we will bring you more when it becomes available and bring you updates on abc7news.com. >> kristen sze is on assignment. the shooting comes as congresswoman gabrielle giffords is testifying about gun violence, today, on capitol hill she was a mass shooting victim herself the first to testify before the senate judiciary committee this morning in washington, dc. her speech is impaired as being shot in the head two years ago. she spoke slowly and ma
to downtown baltimore -- all the way to downtown baltimore. that's just 14 minutes. that's your abc2 timesaver traffic. >>> it's a playoff purple friday and while many of us will watch the game at home. one grep is get ragedy to catch a flight -- group is getting ready to catch a flight to denver. >> they are bright and -- up bright and early. the last time we checked they were setting up the dj booth. >> reporter: yeah. and can you hear the music? it's going. it's a party. first of all, we have got free donuts and coffee foreone who wants -- for anyone who wants to join this pep rally. it's by the airport and we have got fans joining thus morning. chris you are heading to denver how exciting is that? >> we are heading out around 9 a.m. we have 20 of us on the flight and we have so many activities set up throughout the weekend. >> reporter: so you will go and join other ravens fans. >> we will meet a group of 100 people and have a purple pep rally tonight and a tailgate tomorrow morning. >> reporter: what doy think about the game tomorrow -- what do you think about the game tomorrow some peopl
as it begins to move our way. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. fog is a problem across the reg unlet expect reduced advice -- region. expect reduced visibility. 95 at mountain road, everything is moving along. you won't have trouble traveling down to white marsh and from there into the city. as we head up to baltimore county, 83 here in parkton at york road, no delays but we are deeing with a -- dealing with a lot of fog. so be extra careful and you make your way on to the jfx. it will remain clear. 11 minutes southbound from the beltway all the way down to east fayette street. 695 is in great shape this morning. the east side no delays traveling the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. and that will tack you 11 minutes and you're looking at an 11 minute ride on the west sidetraveling from 795 down to 95. that's a look at your abc2 timesaver traffic megan and charley over to you. >>> 5:32. today the governor will let us know how the state is doing in the state of the state address. he will have a breakdown on every
and we'll hear from a local gun instructor believes actions are grounds for impeachment. abc 7 news. >> mark, thank you. >> new at 4:00 we have a look at many of the weapons turned in during the gun buy back program yesterday. 827 firearms handed in for cash. one problem, authorities ran through $43,000j handed out another $70,000 in vouchers. the county trying to raise money to fund vouchers. marin county plans to go through with another/c buy back program. >> coming up here at 4:30, we'll tuk a former south bay city attorney presenting a city attorney with an ordinance. abc 7 news at 5:00, new battles launched today over gun issues including one protecting privacy of gun owner autos happening now in seg backyards for two armed robberskjc=. police say they took off and crashed into a parked car and the bay front expressway, then took off. two of the(x men and a gun have already been taken into police custody. >> new at 4:00 oakland museum of california is releasing a stolen last week. police say someone took off with this gold box that dates back to california's gold rush days. a
objections over all those years and what are the troops saying privately tonight? abc's david kerley starts us off from the pentagon. david? >> reporter: good evening, diane. this is a remarkable development, even though some will argue it is a long time in coming. it is a stunning turnaround. a unanimous vote by the country's top generals, which, the defense secretary will accept, to remove the ban on women serving in direct combat roles. >> they've proven themselves time and time again after the last 12 years. and finally, they're going to get the recognition, which is key. >> reporter: it will be the first fully integrated military in america's history. but without discernible front lines in the wars of the last decade, women did serve in combat roles in iraq and afghanistan. they've been donning flak jackets, heavy packs and ended up in the middle of fire fights. >> we were taking fire everywhere. i just remember hearing the pings of the bullets going by me and hitting the ground beside me. i shot one guy, saw him fall. >> reporter: leigh ann hester was the first woman since world war i
in hayward and no problems now. there is the commute pass. kristin, eric? >> thank you very much. only on abc 7 news an exclusive interview with the wife of coach harbaugh. we talk to sarah harbaugh about the frenzy leading up to the super bowl. we'll go to katie live in new orleans. good morning, katie. >> good morning, eric. we are inside of daisy dukings. i haven't got to the breakfast yet. free refills on coffees and fillos bloody mary's guess who knew that? mike nicky, you guys ask him why . the coffee here is special, new orleans known for the hickory coffee and one of the more famous place system cafe dumon and crazy to go there and not get the beniet. even the harbaughs know that. our crew ran into jim and sarah harbaugh and the cafe with the kid and seeking out the delicious benyette. he waited decades to get one. jim, not so much. >> how were they? >> oh, my gosh, i dried to get here 35 years and they are worth it it was definitely worth the trip. yeah, it good. katie liked them, too. jim wants a hot dog. >> what is wrong with your husband? hot dog in new orleans when there is crawf
of delays into the abc2 studios. baltimore county public schools are on a two hour delay this morning. anne arundel county schools two hour delay and there'll be no half day programs. howard county, frederick, carol county public schools they're all on a two hour delay today. baltimore city schools are on a delay once again two hours. kent county two hours, queen anne's public schools are closed today. we've been getting those through the course of the morning. "good morning maryland." i'm charlie crowson. megan is off today. and snow and the cold remain the big story on the thursday morning. lynette charles is standing byway check of the -- with airchecks of the forecast. you said -- a check of the forecast. you said the snow was coming. >> yes, we'll get a break from it today charlie into the afternoon but then it works its way right on back in here into friday. the details coming you but this morning -- up but this morning we have the winter weather advisory until 9:00 and that's because of the slick roadways and the snow we have on the roadways this morning. and speaking of the snow we
of a cold spell. it's time to bundle up, cover those plants, bring in the pets. abc7 news reporter kira klapper is joining us live from san mateo with the latest. kira, i see you are fining a way to try to stay warm. >> yes, carolyn, i am. you know, we have anywhere from 30 minutes to 45 minutes in between. at times we are rushing in and out of the car, getting new interviews, he had getting our stories, coming back to talk to you. and i sit here and i huddle next to the heater and that's what i'm doing right now because it got as low as 31 degrees in san mateo where we are overnight. as you said, i believe and lisa said, this is the coldest morning so far in this cold snap. unfortunately i have to leave the warmth of the heater to come do my job. and there is a freeze warning for santa clara valley and a frost advisory for communities along the san francisco bay. those both expire at 8:00 this morning. so hopefully there is some warmth ahead of us. but the cold, yes, it's current and it's behind us. we have video from petaluma last night where christmas lights and icicles look like the
to call them right away. we're live in san francisco, abc 7 news. >> cornell, thank you. >> sacramento police have made an arrest in a deadly shooting that forced police to cancel the new year's eve fire works show. >> yes. someone at a fight in a bar in old sacramento last night. an employee tried to break it up. and killed. armed security guard on the gunman got into a shootout. >> about 100 people just scattered. >> immediately so, much people were running and falling down. >> mayhem. just scary. >> a security guard and two other people were injured andz;ç a police officer grabbed the suspect as he tried to get away. police have to call off the new year's eve party. it's it through 40,000 people. >> an this new year's day, we turn our attention to continuing battle over the infamous fiscal cliff in the hands in the u.s. house of representatives. >> republicans were balking at the deal. the speaker of the house has not even call forward a vote yet. >> now, following the fate of the compromise, show this go something. >> this senate passed its compromise fix at 2:00 this morning. it'
to agents have not been required. vic lee, abc 7 news. >> thank you. he has been with the giants five years, emerging as the closer late in 2012, saved 14 games for the giants in regular season, outstanding in the playoffs virtually unhitable. with huge, given his contribution because of the injury to brian wilson. he reported three saves during the world series, then, i talked with giants officials today, they describe this as an out of character moment for romo. my dealings is that he's normally a jovial guy, humble, happy guy. we're told his agent and giants are planning to release a statement about this situation later on this afternoon. >> abc 7 news break the romo story online, you can follow us on twit twiter we're updating breaking news on abc 7 news.com. >> you can get urgent updates on the smart phone, down loading our free abc 7 news app opting for a push notification. you'll get news as it happen autos now, latest on the search for a 19-year-old petaluma girl. the sheriff's department is about to give us an update on that investigation. a list of -- she disappeared after leaving
to officially start his second term. washington is already abuzz. they are in the party mode. abc is joining us live from the mall in washington d.c. good morning. >> good morning to you, carolyn. you showed it a short time ago that there is a lot going on. president obama and the vice president over at arlington national cemetery. before that the vice president officially took the oath of office at the naval observatory. here on the national mall they are expecting a huge crowd tomorrow. crowds actually larger than both presidents bush and clinton got for their second inaugural. >> president obama takes the oath of office today but the public swearing in is tomorrow before thousands on the national mall. he will place his hands on bibles once used by abraham lincoln and dr. martin luther king. >> i do swear. >> jobessen was sworn in this morning. inaugural festivities kicked off yesterday with a bang. kids had an inaugural ball of their own with performances by usher, members of the cast of glee and katie perry. yesterday was also a national day of service. the obamas joined americans across t
of president barack obama, this has been an abc news inauguration of president barack >> good morning, everyone, thanks for joining us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start things out with a quick first look at the weather with our meteorologist lisa argen. >> half moon bay, 60 and near 30 up in the north bay valleys. that gives you an idea of the wide range of temperatures as you head out this morning. beautiful sunny conditions, and once again, we are looking at numbers milder in the city. it looks like our little dry spell is going to linger through the rest of the weekend and the early part of the work week. so you can expect numbers in the low to mid-60s and even a few upper 60s to near 70 along the central coast. we do have an end in sight to our dry spell. it includes cooler temperatures and some rain. we will show you that in just a little bit. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. 49er fans are excited about today's championship game against the atlanta falcons. for those who cannot make it to the georgia dome, there are plenty of places to watch the game and cheer on the team right here in the bay a
declared this a public health emergency. abc's linsey davis is on the front lines for us tonight. >> reporter: in boston today, the mayor sounded the alarm. >> today, i am declaring a public health emergency in the city of boston. >> reporter: at mass general hospital, there are now 24-hour waits to be admitted. and when you do get in to see a doctor or nurse, they'll now be wearing protective masks. >> what's really been a problem for us is the increase in volume, we are seeing unprecedented levels of both hospital crowding and emergency department visits. >> reporter: it's not just boston. one pennsylvania hospital is so inundated with the flu, they've set up a special tent outside the emergency room to deal with those patients. and in minnesota, where they've already had almost 1,000 confirmed cases of the flu, they're trying everything to stop the spread. >> please, we implore you to stay home when you're sick. >> reporter: for up to five days, you may be infected and contagious without a single symptom. on day one of your symptoms, the very first sig
. abc 7 news joins us live now outside of the oakland courtroom where a judge was asked to step in. laura? >> yes. hi. well, drake's bay is seeking a temporary injunction to keep the operation open beyond a february 28th deadline for it to clochls a judge here heard arguments on both sides late into the afternoon. >> new, it's waiting time. >> owner kevin will have to wait a little while longer to find out if the drake's bay oyster farm will stay open past next month. >> are you hopeful it will stay open? >> absolutely hopeful. we think this is a matter of law wex think our attorneys did an amazing job. >> in a courtroom packed with drake's bay supporters a judge heard two hours of arguments but did not issue a ruling for a temporary injunction that would keep the farm open longer. as it is now, interior secretary kenneth salazar ordered the operation shut down by farm supporters say what is illegal. in 1976, congress designated the larger drake's estero a few you're protected area and announced the u.s. park service fwhot renew the lease. it's a move supported by several environme
at 4:40 a 7-year-old heart patient turned his room into a 49ers fan zone. then, on abc 7 news at 5:00, we'll take to you a new orleans street where locals prefer to hang out. >> be sure to follow our abc 7 news team in new orleans on twitter. abc 7 news sports director and sports anchor are tweeting all of the updates, some great stuff, too. follow them on abc 7 news bay area. >> and now to, what may come after the super bowl. san francisco mayor and chiefs today visited one area of the city that saw violence after giants world series win. >> yes. they want to reassure business owners responses will be different this time. abc 7 news,dx is live with the story tonight. >> if you talk to business owners it seems like just about every other one has a story about vandalism that. is the reason for the advise this afternoon. >> everybody how are you doing? >> the first stop was an eye clinic. they showed a picture of what happened. she is hiring security guards for sunday. >> people sell wraitd last time. >> the city is promising aáxv÷ñ better response, part of the strategy getting c
is today make sure you tie the cans down and this is what we're going to be doing as we look at the abc2 most accurate planner. it looks blustery and also the winds building up and we'll see the clouds decreasing through time. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>> good morning lynette. well, we do have wind advisories in effect for those of you traveling across the bay and key bridge and reduce your speeds and also dealing with a lot of flooding this morning. in baltimore county, be careful in cockeysville. there's some flooding reported right on western run road at western road. and also on york road attacherwood reed. a -- at sherwood rote. a look at 83 and you'll notice the camera shaking and actually here's a look at the beltway. northwest corner, traffic starting to pick up but you're still looking at the eight minute ride on the outer loop from 795 down to 70 and the outer loop will be nice and clear as you make the push up to pikes vim. back to 83 and -- pikesville. back to 83. you'll notice the camera really shaking and that's due
. live in san jose, abc 7 news. >> looking closer now, despite the fanfare, the dreamliner is the subject of a federal review announced a few hours ago after several high profile mishaps . the faa will review the design of the wide body jet and manufacturing down in the boeing dream drome plant in washington and south carolina. it was launched after a battery caught on fire in boston logan airport earlier this week . despite this, federal officials say the dreamliner is safe to fly. >> we believe, i believe this plane is safe and i would have absolutely no reservation of boarding one of these planes and taking a flight. these planes are safe. >> the dreamliner is boeing's first airplane made entirely out of composit materials. boeing experienced major hicups with the dreamliner campaign includeyy delays that cost the company billions. >> the tanker that crashed in the bay bridge on monday has the go ahead to set sail. the coast guard tarted towing it out less than an hour ago. the coast guard has completed safety inspections and finished collecting evidence. you are looking at live pictur
of that but they will hold a news conference later today. >> abc7 has an entire team at the super bowl and katie marzullo will continue her live reports each morning this week, with sports director larry beale and abc7 news report irwayne freidman and mike shumann a former 49er with his very own super bowl ring is flying out, as well, bringing you the best coverage all week long and we will tweet all of our behind-the-scenes update as abc7 news bay area. >> shifting gears, still ahead, serious repercussions node a deadly nightclub fire in brazil and two performers on stage that night are under arrest. >> the big announcement on immigration. the potentially historic deal that will be announced on that will be announced on capitol of walking to give a breast cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (woman) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org
fo >>> now abc2news at 6:30. >>> a fatal fire takes the life of a young girl. details on the deadly fire that killed a ten-year-old germ. >>> panicked partygoers were killed when a crowded nightclub goes up in flames. the leastest on the deadly fire in brazil that has claimed 200 lives. >> why health experts are concerned about the nor rowe flu. >> tomorrow when you start off to work, mike joins us. so mike i'm hearing 60 later on in the week and seeing winter weather advisory on the bottom of the screen. >> wait until you see the seven- day. let's talk about what is going on tomorrow morning. batch of moisture between rain and ice and some snow up towards the up of michigan. this moves in during the rush- hour tomorrow morning. the entire state under a winter weather advisory. cecil just included in this. roadways tomorrow morning will become treacherous. clear skies right now. temperature wise, yes, we're getting into the freezing mark north and wes of the beltway. 29 manchester. ice and snow will come in by tomorrow morning. 30degrees for the rest of the evening. we'll get down
grigio. cold and crisp. have a great day jim. let's get a check now of the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning. >>> good morning lynette. i like pin owe grudge owe but not this kind of pinot grigio. no cig can't delays from york road to 695. as we head over to homework, you're looking at a 15 minute ride once you to get to white marsh to head downtown. as we take a look at the other abc2 timesaver traffic drive times, no problems whatsoever on the east side it's going to take you the normal 11 minutes to travel the outer loop from 95 all the way up to 83. and the west side nice and clear. 11 minutes on the outer loop from 795 down to 95. and the inner loop will be nice and clear as you make the push up throw pikesville. you -- through pikesville. megan and charlie, over to you. >>> heart break for a family this morning in baltimore city. we've had breaking news since last night. >> abc2 news linda so is live on the scene this morning in northeast baltimore and linda, we understand five people were able to get out of the house? >> reporter: one of those persons wa
leftwich, abc2 news. >>> tomorrow a hearing is set for robert gladden, jr. to determine where his case will be heard. gladden is charged with shooting daniel on the first day of school. the decision will be made whether the case will be in criminal court or juvenile court. >>> the players and coaches were back front of the media in new orleans but a few hours away from the craziness, kids took to the feld for a massive football tournament. this is the nfl flag national championships. boys and girls from several different age groups came here representing the mid-atlantic region and representing maryland with this group from leesburg, virginia. they won for the right to attend. the coach said flag football is becoming a more attractive option for parents concerned about concussions in younger athletes. >> just get out there and have fun. learn the fundamentals. if they choose to play tackle, they learn something good. they learn sportsmanship, comradery and team. >> they split the first two games of the game. christian schaffer will have much more coming up on abc2 news at 6:00. >>> one
>> live and in hd. this is abc 7 breaking news. >> we are beginning with breaking news in d.c.. eastbound new york avenue is shut down because of a crash involving four vehicles. this is a live look at the traffic camera from that area. there could be as many as 11 people who need to be transportedo the hospital including five children. we will bring you updates throughout this newscast. >> closing arguments in the misconduct trial of anne arundel county executive john leopold. leopold's attorneys do not by they are not denying it, but they insist he did not break the law. in the meantime, jury deliberations have resumed in the murder trial of of, culpeper police officer. he testified that he shot patricia cook when on arms. she trapped his arm in the window and tried to drive of. witnesses say his arm was never tracked. >> the super bowl is about to get under way. the 49ers will take on the reagans in the big game. we want to go live -- take on the ravens in the big game. we want to go live to john collins. >> we are on the field. this is media the. this is what many descr
>> less than 48 hours before we will not root for the redskins que live and in hd, this is abc 7 news at 11:00. comes out in the wash. you understand. have a good story and a true story. countyce george's employee tells abc seven he is s chargesof seriou against him. police charged john brown, saying he tried to extort thousands of dollars from a local restaurant. he targeteday .evi's restaurant in clinton he tells a different story. autria godfrey is outside with details of the case. intohn brown would not get specifics without his attorney. would only say that the truth he iscome out and that guilty of using his position as a building inspector and extortharass l business owner here at levi's restaurant. as a prince george's county building inspector, john round brown is responsible for making sure businesses have all the proper permits and licenses. levi's is one of those businesses. last year, it is said he began using his position to -- extort and distort money from the owner. he vehemently were denied that he tried to shut down the restaurant. everything will come out in t
captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> this is abc 7 news at 6:30 on your side. >> on this hour there nearly additional -- a million additional visitors to see the swearing-in of president obama. it was held earlier today. the big show really is tomorrow. we have a team coverage. we're going to kick things off with richard we'reeve. >> traffic will be an issue tomorrow. it is already an issue tonight. we are at seventh and constitution. it is a parking lot from seventh street down to the capital. tomorrow will be a historic day. there will also be traffic issues. on the sunny and warm capital sunday - barack obama, do solemnly swear -- >> took the oath. >> so help me god. >> theinauguration watchers are hitting the mall to get an advanced look pro i be able to tell my grandchildren about it. >> vice president joe biden was also sworn in at his residence. both mr. obama and the vice president attended a solemn ceremony for the nation's falling soldiers at arlington national ceremony. honor, tradition, and this year some added history. >> it is spe
in? we know in things. we will hear more in a moment. live from treasure island for abc7 news. >> the i-team has uncovered new information about bar pilot guy kleess who had two prior incidents in northern california. the first happened august 27, 2009, when the ship grounded briefly while entering the port of sacramento. he was ordered to take four practice trips. to two days later he damaged a cat walk in stockton but it was pilot error and he was ordered to take four practice trips for that, as well. >> here is what is next in the tanker investigation, ship could remained anchored for days. investigators have to wait for the results from the bar pilot toxicology screening, interview the entire crew and make sure there are no leaks in the ship before they can let it go. we will continue to follow the investigation on abc7 news and on abc7 news.com. >> and four men stole beer, a case of bud lite at 2:30 in the morning when they tried to take another case, the clerk stopped them. then the men assaulted the clerk. tonightly, he was not seriously injured. the san francisco man a
.... where? for life's bleachable moments. >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> good morning. i am kristen sze. the breaking news is from santa clara county with the first flu-related death. the 65-year-old died on tuesday. the number flu cases nationwide has eased since last week after the centers for disease control reported high level of flu activity in 24 states. california was not among them. they estimate 36,000 americans die from the flu each year. developing new from algeria, an effort to recuse hostages at a b.p. gas plant may have resulted in the deaths of some of the hostages. this morning, islamic militants claim 35 hostages were killed during a rescue attempt by algerian forces. other reports say that some escaped. u.s. officials will not confirm the status of american hostages. abc news reporter has the latest >> the situation in algeria is fluid and complicated but tom officials are clear on one thing: we condemn strongly what has taken place. this is a serious matter when americans and others are taken hostage. >> panetta told abc news that there coul
to help make that happen. turbotax-- the power to keep what's yours. try it free at turbotax.com. >> abc7 news starts right now with live breaking news. >> it is we deep regret we announce we have recovered the body of alyssa byrne. he is deceased. >> investigators in the south lake tahoe area announce a tragic ending to the search for missing 19-year-old alyssa byrne of petaluma coming in the last 30 minutes at a news conference in nevada. >> her body was discovered this morning not far from the music festival she attended at lake tahoe community college. she told friends she was headed back to the horizon casino in nevada. we have coverage on the sad story. we begin with katie marzullo in the newsroom. katie? >> the undersheriff walked to the podium and quickly and calmly revealed the heartbreaking news at 8:30 a utility worker found the body about 10 feet from the road over a snowbank. >> we just if the last few moments confirmed identity of alyssa byrne. i have notified her father. the investigation continues at this time. we still do not suspect any foul play. any inquiries as to cau
would appeal at some ., but didn't know when. in modesto, ama dates. abc news. >>> a deadly accident on interstate 980 in oakland. a pedestrian was hit and killed near the 17th street on-ramp to westbound 980. according to the bay area news group, the man was elderly and hit by three cars. the first two left the scene and the third driver waited for police. there is no word on why the pedestrian was on the on-ramp. >>> a san jose woman known for selling candy and soda out of her home was found killed. she was found shot and police are not sure what lead to the shooting. they believe that the woman was targeted. neighbors say she was a positive presence in the area. >> my niece used to go there and buy candy, soda. she was nice, kind. she cares about people. she was the candy lady. >> investigators spent some time this evening going through her car. they pulled out a bach packed with -- a box packed with cartonses of cigarettes. we found a business license registered to the victim that allows her to sell cigarettes. >>> in san jose police are trying to find the man who tried to kidnap
to be air lifted from campus. the principal told abc 7 news it stemmed from an incident yesterday when a victim and class mate bumped into one another. the class mate posted it bit and confronted the other girl today, punching her. the girl fell and hit her head. >> the nationwide debate over gun control intensified today, legislation to ban 158 military style weapon skmz large magazines feeding mer than 10 bullets was introduced on capitol hill. the proposal comes 42 days after the massacre at sandy hook elementary school. dianne feinstein was a key proponent of the bill. >> columbine, virginia tech arks roara, tucson. oak creek. the common thread in these shootings is that each gunman used a semi automatic assault weapon. or, large capacity ammunition magazines. >> that is -- national rifle association says responsible gun owners would be punishedly bit ban. nra said they were confident congress would reject the bile bay area members of the group one million moms for gun control stood beside senator feinstein during today's announcement. this group comp plized of mother who's support
in this house are going to be sent for analysis to see if they're animal or human. vic lee, abc 7 news. >> all right, vic we want to ask you, they searched the place 30 years ago why searching again now. >> and according to the search and they did not go into the backyard nor did they use cadaver sniffing dog autos we're going to have more at 6:00. >> we first reported details on abc 7 news at 4:00 and abc 7 news.com we have team coverage this evening. i team reporter dan noyes investigated the kevin collins case just in october. at that time, the i team was looking into reports this may have been connected to a serial killer. we talked with his mother then, and again, today, to gelt her reaction to this new potential break in this case. the report is ahead on abc 7 news at 6:00. >> a man who was shot in the head in a gas station this morning has died. the man's father tells abc 7 news the victim is only 20 years old, the father heard about it and went right to the) 76 station after learning of the shooting. you can only imagine. a s.w.a.t. team surrounded a neighborhood. so far, police have
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